WEB ANALYST (12-14 month maternity leave contract)

Posted/Last Revised: 13th Jun, 2017


To you, research and analysis of website traffic, consumer behavior, and general business metrics isn’t work – it’s what makes you tick! You’re a research machine and you thrive on making meaningful recommendations to address relevant business challenges. You’re a gamer – there is no research project to big or small. At AMA Insurance, we truly appreciate the value of our customers and we want their AMA digital experience to be purposeful and memorable. To better achieve this we’re looking for a Web Analyst to research and analyze our use of web technologies, member-facing internet applications and consumer media trends. Does this sound like you?


  • You are creative and resourceful and enjoy working with data to measure and analyze online consumer behavior
  • You “get” what it means to be part of the team
  • You manage your time as expertly as you manage your projects. Prioritizing, planning and organizing are part of your DNA
  • You enjoy talking about marketing tactics, advertising and search engine optimization
  • You are very “web-savvy” and current on internet trends, tools and technologies
  • Finding business solutions through detailed research and analytics and presenting them to others comes as naturally to you as breathing


  • Interpret data from a variety of sources, conduct analysis and offer meaningful and relevant recommendations that address and respond to business needs and challenges
  • Make recommendations for optimization of internal staff and the online member experience including incorporation of new content and web applications
  • Furthermore, you will perform multivariate tests to improve conversions and the overall site experience
  • Using member data and behaviors you will research and analyze business trends to identify new opportunities
  • And you will work closely with AMA business units to develop custom scheduled and ad hoc reports to meet their information requirements – after all, it’s all about the end user experience!


  • You have a university degree in computer science or business. Have a degree in something else? Tell us about it and how you can use it in this role
  • You already have two or more years’ experience working with shared web analytics tools (Google Analytics, Adobe Site Catalyst, etc.)
  • You also really know your way around advanced web analytics/methodologies such as experimentation and testing, competitive analysis, surveys and market research

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.